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Ten questions about Donald Trump

Clearly fearing that he might start the week without enough media attention, Donald Trump went on another birther rant Monday while talking to FOX's Greta Van Susteren.

"I've been into this issue for a couple of weeks and I'm getting very concerned," proclaimed Trump who went on to say "birthers are great Americans."

Proud Republican Trump also blasted the Obama administration for its handling of Libya wondering why China and Saudi Arabi are not taking the lead.

"We have people with no clue leading our country" said Trump who is an expert on the clueless.

As for his own ambition to run for president?

"I have an amazing interest, a very strong interest in running," Trump said.

Crowley Political Report believes there are a number of vital questions that must be answered before we can take Donald Trump seriously as an "amazing" presidential candidate.

Will Trump's neighbors in Palm Beach evict him for excessive buffoonery?

Has anyone demanded to see Donald's birth certificate?

Is Donald's hair legal in all 50 states?

Does the Wharton School of Business want its degree back?

Has anyone demanded to see Donald's marriage licenses?

Will American voters demand to see Donald's hair wet?

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Can Donald complete three sentences without using the word "amazing"?

Who does Donald see when he looks in the mirror?

Is it possible for the Florida Legislature to legally ban Donald Trump from being on the presidential primary ballot?

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